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beckel, dana perino, and greg gutfeld. the gang is back. it is 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." well, it is coming up on a year since the terror attacks on our consulate in benghazi killed four americans. president obama promised to bring those responsible to justice, remember? >> we will not waiver in our kmisment to see justice is done for this terrible act and make no mistake, justice will be done. their families and colleagues and all americans know this. their sacrifice will never be forgotten. we will bring to justice those who took them from us. there should be no doubt that we will be relentless tracking down the killers and bringing them to justice. >> if i may, the president in his own words, quote, we will not waiver, and they'll never be forgotten, and this one, we will be relentless in tracking down the killers. disturbing words considering we learned today a news organization claims to have interviewed the leader of the terror group responsible for the benghazi attack. nice job, president o, no suspects, no interviews, no leads, no answers. here is ed henry press
. >>> hello, i'm dana perino with andrea tantaros, bob beckel who is not talking to eric, eric bolling, and brian kill immediate. this is "the five." >>> there's a worldwide alert for americans traveling overseas in the wake of a new terror threat from al qaeda. the state department announced they're shutting 17 embassies most in the muslim world. current information suggests that al qaeda and affiliates may be planning attacks between now and end of august, possibly in the middle east or north africa. eric, this is an administration who is not afraid of a tv camera, was given this news, how unprecedented it is, we were at the white house waiting for any sort of comment. look, empty, crickets, nothing out of washington. nothing from state department, nothing on dod, there was no comment. honestly, they announced the president ate breakfast. that's the announcement we get. today after this, we have absolutely nothing. it sounds very serious, are you skeptical? >> well, of course, wasn't a george zimmerman they could comment on and president obama could say he may have been trayvon marti
is a serial hugger. >> he is a hugger, anthony weiner was just joking. they want us to move on. dana, this is not a joke. this story has me furious, should have everyone at home. there was an error drafting in the obama care law will make congressional hill staffers rolled into the exchanges, the president stepped in this morning, they were whining, we don't want obama care even though our bosses voted for it. saved the day, last item of business before he jets off. what do you think. >> i will try to poor cold water on everybody's outrage. there was a drafting problem, they drafted it in secret, nobody read the bill beforehand. they didn't specify legislative aides were federal employees, which is true, they are. what happened, they were carved out. you have, for example, somebody that makes $75,000 a year, single mom of three kids, looking at a $21,000 out of pocket expense in order to keep the health care she has. it doesn't mean that -- what they decided to do, it is unclear the specifics, but the employer, the federal government is going to be able to continue to contribute to t
as worshippers were leaving mosques. al-jazeera dana zudar has more. >> they finished friday prayers. then panic struck. security cameras caught the explosion. two one of two mosques. theplosions were minutes apart. dozens of people were killed and injured. there was no claim of responsibility, but officials say the attacks had one objective: to create sectarian strife in lebanon. tripoli is predominantly sunni and many people are supporters of the opposition. >> this is the work of the syrian government. they targeted us. they gave a message to the sunnis in the north. but we won't be threatened. we will retaliate. >> it is a dangerous time for lebanon. these bombings are seen as an attack against sunnis. last week, a powerful explosion killed civilians and has a strong hold in beirut. s hezbollah is fighting. this is a country polarized by the syrian war. and tripoli is a volatile city. those opposing have engaged in gun battles many times in the past. it is a time of heightened tensions. the blasts were not unexpected. a few days ago, the lebanese army stepped up security across the country.
congressional correspondent dana bash joins us from our washington bureau with more on that side of the story. good morning. >> good morning, carol. two members of congress who have been demanding consultation and input on the administration strategy on syria and they also want evidence that the military action, if it is used, would be justified. >> cnn has told top obama officials insisted to lawmakers on a thursday night conference call they have no doubt assad's regime was behind deadly chemical attacks there. revealing to lawmakers that the u.s. intercepted communications from a high-level syrian official which clearly indicates they were responsible for these. the half hour into telephone briefing began moments after british parliament struck at least a short-term blow to u.s. hopes of a coalition defeating a measure authorizing force against syria. though, obama officials insisted no decisions have been made on military action against syria. cnn is also told they privately made clear to lawmakers that chemical weapons in syria is such a threat, the u.s. could engage with or without supp
. this all coincides with the end of ramdan. we have our pentagon correspondent standing by. dana bash is on capitol hill, where lawmakers were briefed about. give us more details about this threat out of yemen. >> u.s. intelligence agencies have been monitoring this for months we are told. a growing threat stream out of yemen. in recent days, fresh intelligence pointed them to the fact that something may be doing down al qaeda operatives may be in the final stages of planning some sort of attack. yemen also alerting the u.s. to what they believe is the up tick in the threat in their country. they are also on high alert. you are seeing the threat really centered around yemen, but the reaction from the u.s. government is to close embassies throughout the middle east and north africa because they believe at this point it could possibly have deeper ties to al qaeda groups and al qaeda affiliates across the region. >> dana, you're reporting that vice president biden was briefing lawmakers. >> this was a meeting where he took the opportunity to tell members of the congressional leadership i
complete sense right now. >> oh come on, dana, i said all the same thing during my campaign. >> i'm teasing you, you were always sensible. >> that's not what we're hearing on the hills. al gore was maybe hyperbolic about the alcoholics. international conference, they can't agree on bicycle sharing. we're not going to get anywhere on that. >> marco rubio is headed to hollywood for a fund-raiser. a meeting with facebook founder mark zuckerberg. i think a lot of people hear marco rubio is going to beverly hills to raise money, isn't that liberal democratic -- >> not necessarily so. he's likely going to be running for president in 2016 and he's going to need money to do it. >> day and >> dana, rubio was one of the first tea party crowds -- >> i'm sure the beverly hills tea party is ecstatic about this. >> that's actually a tea party, really old rich ladies drinking tea. >> let's watch our stereotypes here, guys. >> hen whthen what would we tal about? >> what's happening is important. marco rubio, they're basically hanging him in effigy. literally at a rally i went to, it's like he's president o
. the women were treated like crap. >> those were politicians. dana, i want to get you in on this. is this the real war on women? >> this is what is amazing. i am a big admirer of discipline. it is amazing how democrats don't say anything. they know better not to say anything because republicans can stand to be a little more like this. especially -- to your point, the cannibalism on the republican party when somebody does something wrong. i would with rather be for the one who sticks up for something. there are a lot of women in washington, d.c. who would be all over if it was a republican. tomorrow there probably be a republican announced again. he is 70? at what point do these guys slow down? >> i don't know. >> when you can. >> pharmaceutical help. >> there is nothing wrong with that. >> tmi, bob. >> viagra come through, you have something wired and i need to know about it. >>> why a teen is brutally attacked by three black teens on a bus? nothing about viagra. >>> by now you have probably seen or heard about this video i am about to show you. three african-american 16-year-old
eric bolling with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, dana perino, and greg gutfeld. it is 5:00 in new york city. as you read in the paper, it is "the five"! so last week we told you about the brutal beating of a 13-year-old white kid by three african-american teens on a school bus in florida. on "the five," we have been calling for civil rights leaders and the president to speak publicly about the issue. still haven't heard a word from al sharpton, president obama, eric holder, or the naacp, but over the weekend, rev. jesse jackson stepped up to the plate and said this. >> we tried to make contact of the family
, the robin thick song. he wants to know when did dana lohse become a backup singer. you know. [ laughter ] ♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> stephanie: all right. [ applause ] >> stephanie: you could alternatively put a boinking turtle in there. oh, no. [♪breaking news theme] >> stephanie: dozens of gay couples began tying the not in minnesota. as you know, every straight couple ever is so romantic. [♪ romantic music ] >> stephanie: it's a perfect love story. a tennessee woman is accused of hiding meth in her dentures so she could pass it to her would-be husband in jail. she planned to marry an inmate and inquired as to how she would be able to kiss him. after an officer noticed she was having trouble keeping her dentures in place, they investigated and found a package of meth. >> that is true love. >> stephanie: and that is love. would you smuggle meth in your dentures for somebody? i mean come on. that is love. >> no. >> stephanie: all right. speaking of love. this is actually a question. robert -- let's see, writes, steph, i have a problem which i thought you would be able to
overall? let's bring in panel. steve hayes, dana eastin, and juan williams. steve? >> any discussion about u.s. policy in egypt has to start with failure of u.s. policy in the past couple years. the fact is, the president hasn't had a strategy. what we've been doing is ad hoc policy making where we jump from decision to decision, we seem to make our determination about what's in the best interest of the united states based on the prevailing attitudes of people both here and there and what kind of pushes we're getting from our allies overseas. in the latest effort, i don't know what the administration should do, candidly. things are so -- there's not an obvious path for the u.s. to take. if we cut off aid, we lose any ability or much of our ability to shape outcomes there. on the other hand, you can't appear to be countenancing this violence, even if the administration is sort of backing in a conditioned way, backing what's taking place. it would be great if you could layout conditions for continuation of aid, no more violence, make the new regime push toward elections and restoration of de
to see more movement on this whole issue? >> i certainly hope so. another of karen's colleagues, dana priest, has chronicled how pathetic the congressional oversight is of the intelligence machinery of the country and i think this report continues to show that. what is disturbing to me about this report and karen raised with the issues of the various typos is how powerful algorithms are. when you're punching in data and so much is digitized the accident flow that comes out of these areas. a book by jim risen called "state of war," to connect that to that there was the -- showing our contacts in iran that were disclosed to the public because of another kind of similar error. so i think that we need to get in and see congress really review its own oversight of these bureaucracies. >> you put in 202 versus 20 that could result in what it did, it boggles the mind for the possibilities here. thank you both so much for coming on. have a good weekend. >> you too. >>> 2016 is being called the year of the presidential woman. hillary clinton in particular. big conference about to convene this m
to fight obesity. >>> nancy skinner and u.s. olympic swimmer dana volmer will call for equal access to federal meal programs in the oakland unified school district. they want congress to incorporate the regional cost of living to determine a family's eligible when applying for free or reduced price meals. research has shown that children who go hungry are more likely to struggle in the classroom and have increased tardiness. >>> a santa rosa high school may require students and teachers to wear nametag. the idea is in response to recent school shootings. administrators say the new policy would help staff quickly identify people who are not students and help first responders know who belongs on campus in the case of an emergency. if the school decides to go forward enforcement could begin next month. so far reaction has been mixed. marin housing authority is hosting its first ever back to school celebration. the event will be tomorrow at 3:30 p.m. at golden gate village in marin city. the goal is to encouraged increased school attendance and probably involvement. it will feature spea
families. >> three of the wives are here. dana symptom, married to web simpson and mark wilson's wife, amy is president of the pga wives association. may i just say the book is beautifully done. it includes recipes. some of my favorite stuff. i don't cook but i wanted to lick some of the pages. this is what's interesting. we are not ladies of lunch that go to the mall. we are very committed to the work that we do. you do say, we do do work. amy, you lead us off, please? >> this is the 25th anniversary of our association. we look with children and their families. between 15-20 weeks a year, we go into the local communities or we either do an event where we are hand's on or cooking at a ronald mcdonald house or gutting houses after hurricane katrina or raise awareness and money. we partnered with the avon foundation and did a walk to raise money for the fight against domestic violence. >> you are doing more than just looking pretty. >> for sure. >> in the process, you have raised $5 million for charity. >> tell me about the association itself, per se. beyond this, what does it do? what's its
that ft. leavenworth will do that. it looks like dana coombs will have to sue the army or petition on medical grounds to get bradley manning transferred to a federal prison where perhaps he could get that therapy because due to army and d.o.d. regulations, ft. leaven swort not going to give that hormone therapy much less sex reassignment surgery. carol? >> if he did get this treatment, this hormone replacement therapy, who would pay for it? >> it would be the government. it would be the taxpayers. that's the way it is for any prisoner. basically, if you're a prisoner, the state or the government is responsible for your medical care because you can't fund your own medical care. there have been some rulings in the past where federal courts have struck down laws in which some states try to prohibit these taxpayer-funded hormone therapy regimens. again, some of the courts have struck those down saying you can't do that. and some prisoners have been receiving hormone therapy. sexual reassignment surgery is still relatively new. that also has been looked on somewhat favorably by some of
to acknowledge members of congress who are here including susan davis, darrell issa and dana rohrabacher. now, i've got to tell you the truth. i've been looking forward to this visit because -- this is a little tricky to say this. but my family and i, we've got a special place in our hearts for the marine corps. now, part of it is because every day at the white house, we're surrounded by marines. in fact, we probably got some folks here who were at the white house who are now here at camp pendleton. see? i figured as much. then, of course, every time i need to -- kind of a hop, skip and a jump somewhere, every time i get on marine one, i rely on some of the best aviators in the world. i've seen your honor. i've seen your courage. i've seen your commitment. whether in protecting our diplomatic posts around the world or preparing to deploy to iraq or afghanistan or recovering from wounds received in battle. you know, a few years ago, you gave a great camp pendleton welcome to my wife, michelle. and i know it's not as exciting when i come to visit, but she says hi. i guess i'm kind of like that arm
similar beginnings, or she could become dana plato. we are hoping she goes in the direction of drew and this is a step in the right direction. >> absolutely. the hope is there. john murray, thank you. >>> new jersey's governor getting high marks from people in that state. he's expected to cruise to another term, but might he have his sights set on the white house? something he said today, maybe, maybe, holds a clue. geoff: i'm the kind of guy who doesn't like being sold to. the last thing i want is to feel like someone is giving me a sales pitch, especially when it comes to my investments. you want a broker you can trust. a lot of guys at the other firms seemed more focused on selling than their clients. that's why i stopped working at my old brokerage and became a financial consultant with charles schwab. avo: what kind of financial consultant are you looking for? talk to us today. then you'll know how uncomfortable it can be. [ crickets chirping ] but did you know that the lack of saliva can also lead to tooth decay and bad breath? [ exhales deeply ] [ male announcer ] well there
of a threat. but dana lash, she is on the other side of the fence, she tweeted this. this is the same naacp who called a black man beaten by an sieu an uncle tom on tape. what do you think about it? i think we asked people for e-mails. >> brian: a lot of people saying during what president bush's time, look what bill maher and others said about him. lesley writes from florida and says any american sure the right to mock the president. he isn't our king or emperor. >> gretchen: her she will said, when did it become such a big deal to joke about the president? it's been going on throughout our history. really? investigate the clown? >> peter: and if it had been a clown with a bush or reagan mask, nobody would have said a word about it, according to dennis in ohio. charles from oklahoma, i think we should respect the office of the president whether we voted for him or not. >> gretchen: all right. that -- it's a controversial story. i think we'll have comments. >> brian: we know one thing, like it or not, there is a clown at a kinko's right now writing up a resume hoping to get another job. >>
. >> she broke the twitter. >> how do you hit -- dana pa rene no set me up. >> former white house colleague sweet op-ed in the new hit tweet. >> i am sweating. >> i just tweeted. >> i am in a sweat. >> well -- >> what's going to happen now? is it going to -- >> i'm -- >> i only have one follower. >> i'm going to retweet you. >> yeah. will it hurt? >> a lot of people will see it and then get a lot of hateful tweets. >> awesome. >> michael gerson, saying good-bye to my child the youngster. i put on my best face, but it is the worst thing that time has done to me so far. that moment at the dorm is implied that the kindergarten door, at the gates of summer camp, every ritual of parting and independence. but it comes as surprising as a thief taking what you value most. there is no use in brooding about it. i'm sure my father realized it at a similar moment and i certainly didn't notice or empathi empathize. at first he was a giant who held my hand and filled my sky, a middle-aged man who paid my bills. decades after his passing a much loved shadow. but i can remember the last time i hugged him i
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